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The Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Mao’s Global Order of Tripolarity

This book examines the impact of classical Chinese literature on Mao Zedong’s political rhetoric and his vision of a tripolar geopolitical landscape at the peak of the Cold War.

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Guan-Yu the Hero

Romance of the Three Kingdoms, a classic historical novel of enormous influence, is considered to be one of the four great Chinese classic novels.

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Journey to the West

The fanciful adventures of a Tang Dynasty priest, Sanzang, and his three disciples, Monkey, Pig, and Friar Sand, as they search for a Buddhist Sutra.

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Postmodernism and China

Few countries have been so transformed in recent decades as China. With a dynamically growing economy and a rapidly changing social structure, China challenges the West to understand the nature of its modernization.

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China Bibliography

This volume serves as a guide to all facets of China study: from advice on choosing an appropriate literary dictionary to finding the most recent yearbooks that offer statistical data about the contemporary economy.

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“Horæ sinicæ” by Robert Morrison, 1812

Read online “Horæ sinicæ: translations from the popular literature of the Chinese” by Robert Morrison, 1812. San-tsi-king: the three-character classic; on the utility and honour … Read more